Windsor Public School

Strive To Be Better

Telephone02 4577 3168

Emailwindsor-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Enrolment

Our school can help with enrolment queries throughout the year.

Local enrolment area

Most schools have designated local enrolment areas. School Finder shows our local enrolment area. Note: local enrolment areas are subject to change.

How to enrol 

When you’re ready to enrol your child in our school, you’ll attend an interview with the principal. There you can discuss any medical conditions or other special circumstances before your child starts school. We may also complete a risk assessment on the enrolment.

For more information, visit primary school enrolment or contact us to discuss your child’s enrolment.

Download an application to enrol (PDF 579KB).

Application forms must be completed in English. However, a translated application to enrol may help you to fill out the form in English.

Temporary visas and international students

For information about eligibility and forms to complete, visit the temporary residents program.

Non-local enrolments

As outlined in the department’s enrolment policy, our school may accept enrolments from outside our local enrolment area if places are available.

Enrolment appointments

For your appointment, if your child has not been previously enrolled in a NSW public school you will need to bring these documents with you:

  • Your child's birth certificate or identity documents.
  • Proof of student's address — originals of different documents such as your council rates notice or residential lease and electricity bill.
  • Immunisation history statement based on the Australian childhood immunisation register (ACIR).

Family law or other relevant court orders (if applicable)

If your child is not a permanent resident you will also need to provide:

  • Passport or travel documents.

Current visa and previous visas (if applicable)

For children already enrolled in a NSW public school we only require:

  • Proof of student's address — originals of different documents such as your council rates notice or residential lease and electricity bill.
  • Family law or other relevant court orders (if applicable).